Furious 7 continued it’s dominance by becoming the fifth highest grossing movie of all time while Age of Ultron is already blowing up internationally.
Furious 7 has crossed the $1 billion mark in record time while Paul Blart 2 and Unfriended had fairly solid starts this past weekend at the box office.
Furious 7 continued it’s worldwide dominance with the highest ever opening in China and is on pace to easily break the $1 billion mark.
Furious 7 was an absolute juggernaut over the weekend with the highest opening for the series, the highest ever opening for April and the ninth highest opening of all time.
Dreamworks’ latest, Home, easily took the top spot at the box office with one of the best non-sequel debuts for the studio while Get Hard also had a solid debut for it’s two stars.
Insurgent, the latest in the Divergent series, easily won the box office with almost the exact same opening as Divergent while the other two new films had mediocre openings.
Disney’s latest live action reboot of one of their classics had a massive debut this weekend, making more than almost all the other movies in theaters combined.
Despite harsh reviews, Chappie took the top spot over the weekend, although it’s the lowest opening for Neill Blomkamp, and the weekend overall was easily one of the slowest of the year.
Will Smith’s latest, Focus, took the top spot from Fifty Shades of Grey but it’s opening was a ways off from the heyday of the Willenium.
Fifty Shades of Grey suffered a massive loss from it’s huge Valentine’s Day opening but still managed to stay on top while the trio of new releases had fairly mediocre debuts.